Rated 3 out of 5 by Hattie Good product, but flawed
I have a senior dog who is now housebound. I've been through boxes of these pads. They really hold the urine and keep from leaking HOWEVER the waterproof barrier side is NOT marked, resulting in occasional upside down pads. This causes puddling and wastes a pad. The sides are nearly indistinguishable from one another. A very simple but BIG improvement would be to print a line or an "X" on the waterproof side, so the user knows which side should be on the floor, and which side up. Otherwise, these are a good size, absorb well, and are pretty essential when caring for an older pet.
February 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by PoodleInTheSky Perfect Pad For Our Perfect Poodel
We live in a high-rise condo which makes it difficult sometimes for us to walk our Standard Poodle in the dog yard. Since she's so smart, she goes potty in our shower! Having AWESOME piddle pads is vital to our sanity since we use them several times each day. We've tried other, less expensive brands and they do not work like Nature's Miracle! We will not use anything else, ever.
December 27, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by satschild Not Happy
I have used Nature's Miracle for years and been genuinely happy with the product. So when I got my new puppy I decided to use the Nature's Miracle No Tracking Absorbent Pads.
At first I thought it was a good product, but then discovered that it was not and it's way over priced. The first problem is figuring out which side goes down on the floor, and which side is the absorbent side. Once I had that straight, I noticed that the absorbency was not very good, and the urine would seep through. Then, and this was the final straw, when unfolding the product, the absorbent layer comes apart from the other layers. This is a cheap, Chinese made product and I am disappointed with Nature's Miracle after years of trust.
January 8, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Nita Disapointed
Pads 100 ct $25 Bounty paper towels 100 ct .99 both absorb the same so save the money!
April 27, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Busta 100 ct box
Purchased at PetSmart so I figured must be good right? Wrong. Quality barely makes it to $1 store standards. When you hold them up is your first clue they are so thin you can actually see thru them. Second clue, its hard too determine which side is which as the "padding" is so thin its hard to tell which side is padded and which is plastic. Lastly expect to use alot of them as they DO NOT hold more than 2 cups as claimed as matter of fact once a dog relieves themselves the urine actually passes thru to the floor!
April 22, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by PuppyOwnerCA Poor product, not thoughtfully designed
These No Tracking Absorbent Pads are a great disappoinment. First, they are NOT "no tracking" unless the puppy happens to exit the pad away from where they just urinated. I've seen our puppy go back to the pad as long as 2 minutes after she went potty and STILL track urine after walking through where she went. Second, the coating is not evenly distributed so there is leak-through in those sections. Third, the product should have been designed with a "color-coded" plastic side or boarder to make it easier to place the pad with the plastic coating side DOWN or to have the pad's boarder printed with "THIS SIDE UP" to avoid mistakes. I have used Nature's Miracle stain and odor products for years and been happy with the results but this particular product is a nearly a complete loser and I can not recommend it.
March 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Frankie Love these pads
More expensive but worth it!! I spend a lot of money on urine pads for my Chihuahuas, and have used the cheapest ones I could find. However, the cheap ones do not conceal odors well, and they stay wet. I have been using pads that I bought at Kroger's at $20.00/100 pads. I can't afford to spend a large amt on the pads because i use so many of them. When I can find a good bargain, I buy Nature's Miracle pads. I also use the liquid stain,odor remover for accidents.
April 28, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by lucyandme Poor quality
I used to use the Quick Results Training Pads, but I recently switched to the stronger No Tracking Absorbent Pads. I'm finding that after one use on the No Tracking, the urine seeps straight through onto the flooring, she tracks urine across the floor, and the smell of urine is far more exposed. I've also found some are not evenly padded.
March 16, 2011